03. Personal Papers
Found in 211 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes materials removed from Lawless' office after his leaving. Many of the items relate to the day-to-day operations of the Representative (daily calendars, telephone logs, caucus handouts). No legislative files or campaign materials are found in the collection.
This collection includes a wide array of memorabilia collected during Representative McCue’s time in office, including business cards, parking permits, and photographs. A researcher interested in Mr. McCue or topic in which he was involved should examine his Oral History Interview, which was conducted on August 24, 2006.
This collection contains the personal papers of Representative John Hornaman. The collection spans from 2007 to his retirement in 2012. The collection includes introduced legislation, legislation that was adopted, legislation not introduced, speeches and remarks, press releases, newsletters, newspaper clippings.
The collection contains material from campaigns, House Resolutions, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs, and a war veterans' recognition ceremony Dvd.
This collection includes but is not limited to John J. Taylor's legislative work and associated research, as well as media including news clippings and Taylor's newsletters.
The collection contains prime-sponsored legislation from each session. The folders contain copies of legislation, memos of co-sponsorship, correspondence, and research. Some topics included Lemon Law, Service Dog Legislation, Community Based Health Care, Special Registration License Plates, and Meth Lab Legislation.
The collection consists of legislation, Alzheimer’s Awareness Caucus materials, District Economic Revitalization material, correspondence, press, office handouts and citations.